I find the derivative of g(x), then the derivative of f(g(x)), then multiply them. I think the bit that confuses me is since the function is the natural logarithm, you don't lower the power like I did in the OP. Or maybe you do, and I'm going nuts.
I find the derivative of g(x), then the derivative of f(g(x)), then multiply them. I think the bit that confuses me is since the function is the natural logarithm, you don't lower the power like I did in the OP. Or maybe you do, and I'm going nuts.
I find the derivative of g(x), then the derivative of f(g(x)), then multiply them. I think the bit that confuses me is since the function is the natural logarithm, you don't lower the power like I did in the OP. Or maybe you do, and I'm going nuts.
Why were you lowering the power, though? The derivative of ln{x} is 1/{x} and the derivative of cosx is -sinx. That should be sufficient: